Sally Falkow, social media strategist and President of PRESSfeed discusses her acknowledgement by PR News for being named PR Trainer of the Year. She also discusses her participation in the SES Chicago 2009 panel on Online PR: Where to Next?
Newsforce CMO Dana Todd, who participated on the News Search Optimization panel at SES Chicago 2009, gives her take on the great networking at the show and what she think Google and their real time search.
Bruce Clay and David Szetela enjoy the libations of the after hours cocktail reception being held on site in the exhibit area of SES Chicago 2009.
Justin Merickel, VP of Marketing and New Product Development for Efficient Frontier, which is designed by and for small investors who recognize that long-term portfolio performance is determined almost exclusively by the allocation of assets among broad security classes.
He also tells us about his participation on the Search Where to Next? Panel at SES Chicago 2009.
Troy McCasland, VP Business Development at AutomaticSiteMap.com, offers his insight on the SES Chicago 2009 presentation by Tim Ash on landing page optimization, plus he tells us how SEO does not work without a sitemap, and how the company has been a successful startup company through an economic recession.
Barg Upender, Founder, CEO, Mobomo discusses his SES Chicago 2009 panel presentation with fellow panelist Cindy Krum on Cool Mobile Apps, Augmented Reality.
Aaron Goldman, Managing Partner of Connectual and Marshall Clark
Group Director of Search for Organic, Inc. discuss their respective SES Chicago 2009 panel presentations on social search and distributive reputation systems.
Bill Leake, President and CEO of Apogee Search, discusses his participation on the SES Chicago 2009 panel on The Quest for Perfect Information, How Network Intelligence is Transforming Search.
Dan Siroker is a web entrepreneur, known for leading the analytics team for the Barack Obama presidential campaign and his work as the Deputy Director of New Media on the presidential transition team.
Dan focuses on how the Obama campaign used data to win the presidential election.
Widely recognized as a father of information architecture, Peter Morville is the author of consecutive best selling books Ambient Findability and Information Architecture for the World Wide Web.
His keynote presentation focuses on the idea of findability and the importance of a navigable and friendly user interface.